I am a sound recordist with a First Class BA (Hons) in Music and Sound for Image from the University of Huddersfield. I was awarded Huddersfield’s Departmental Prize for Audio-visual work. I am a member of AMPS and an affiliate member of IPS.
I have been working with a particular interest in the use of sound for broadcasting, television drama and documentaries. I have experience working with professional production equipment including numerous microphones, to recorders and mixers from Sound Devices, my ethos always being to capture the finest and creative quality of audio.
My work covers location recording, music engineering and sound design. I am currently based in Kent, UK. I have over two years of experience working in technical sound for television on set, as well as postproduction work.
I previously worked as an assistant engineer to world renowned composer, producer and musician Nitin Sawhney, on a variety of different projects including Channel 4’s Traitors and Brexit: A Rational Anthem for a National Tantrum for Sky Arts.